Confident Criminal Litigation
Confident Criminal Litigation aims to give the novice practitioner the confidence to conduct the trial as a seasoned practitioner and contains a step-by-step practical guide as to what the procedure the court r
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Confident Criminal Litigation aims to give the novice practitioner the confidence to conduct the trial as a seasoned practitioner and contains a step-by-step practical guide as to what the procedure the court requires of a practitioner.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Arrest and Bail
Chapter 2: The Trial
Chapter 3: Address on the merits
Chapter 4: Sentencing: how to approach and mitigate
Chapter 5: Minimum Sentencing
Chapter 6: Admissions and confessions
Chapter 7: Recusal of a judicial officer
Chapter 8: Trial within a trial
Chapter 9: The Prosecution
Chapter 10: Permanent stay of prosecution
Chapter 11: Child justice
Chapter 12: Punishment of Juveniles
Chapter 13: The effect of media reports
Chapter 14: Court Approaches
Chapter 15: Miscellaneous
Appendix 1: Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996 €” Chapters 2 , sections 7 to 37
Appendix 2: Criminal Procedure Act No. 51 of 1977
Appendix 3: Child Justice Act No. 75 of 2008
Appendix 4: Criminal Law Amendment Act No. 105 of 1997
Appendix 5: Criminal Law (Sentencing) Amendment Act No. 38 of 2007
Appendix 6: Implementation of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court Act No. 27 of 2002
Appendix 7: Protection of the Constitutional Democracy Against Terrorist and Related Activities Act No. 33 of 2004
Criminal Procedure Act No.. 51 of 1977 and Interpretation Act No. 33 of 1957 Provisions Applicable to Law Enforcement OfficersR174.20
Criminal Procedure in the Magistrate’s CourtR1,260.27
Sexual Offences Act No. 23 of 1957 Criminal Law (Sexual Offences and Related Matters) Amendment Act No. 32 of 2007 and RegulationsR129.57